Soundbites: ACF Educator of the Year, Summer Recipes + Chef Talks

JWU Providence Chef Ray McCue at the 2015 American Culinary Federation Conference
JWU Providence’s Chef Ray McCue accepting the 2015 ACF Educator of the Year Award | Photo courtesy of the American Culinary Federation

In our Best of the Week roundup, meet JWU’s ACF Educator of the Year Ray McCue, reimagine summer classics with Graham Elliot '97, visit the Galilee docks with James Mark '08 and learn how to make David Kinch’s summer-y pannacotta.

JWU Providence Chef Ray McCue named 2015 American Culinary Federation’s Educator of the Year. Congrats, Chef McCue!

Meet JWU Denver chef-instructor Jamie Daughtery: The registered dietitian, #culinarynutrition professor + defender of kale talks to @JWUTheGriffin's One Love Hull.

This past week, JWU Charlotte student + chef Mary Guin + other collegiate entrepreneurs took part in @QCForward #ImpactU #DemoDay

New Flavors from Alumni
A few weeks ago we gave you a sneak peek at David Kinch’s upcoming season of “Mind of a Chef.” Thanks to Tasting Table, you can make his exquisite + summer-y garlic pannacotta with tomato soup:

Also for Tasting Table, Norfolk alum Graham Elliot '97 reimagines his favorite summer classic recipes (with video!)

To celebrate #NationalOysterDay, visit the Galilee town docks with James Mark '08 (north) for Take Magazine:

If you’re not sourcing your product locally, you’re homogenizing a guest’s experience. Why did you even bother to put yourself in Rhode Island, at that point?” - James Mark '08 (north)
Fog enveloping the town docks. Photo: Andrea Feldman

Foggy morning at the town docks.